Leadership Newsletter December 2015

A Leadership Gift for You this Christmas

This Christmas, I want to give you a powerful gift, but one that is less than charming and sentimental. Bundled in my prayers for you is that you as a leader would have grit.

Etymologically, the word grit comes from the Old English word for small grains of stone. I assume those Europeans who first uttered the word were thinking of something small, tough, hard to get rid of, and almost indivisible. When the word migrated to North American English, it held the meaning "pluck, spirit, or firmness of mind."

Educational researchers, psychologists, and authors have stumbled again on the concept of grit in the last number of years and made it a matter of discussion.

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Christmas Offering
This Christmas season we invite you to provide a gift that will do nothing short of change lives. Your gift to the Ministry Resource Fund allows us to continue all of the ministries and administrative functions necessary to serve a missional God and join His calling around the world. For more information, please click HERE

Thank You


End-of-Year Giving
As the end of the year draws near, many will wish to give to the ministries of the North American Baptists, generously planting seeds for our missionaries and churches to preach the gospel, in word and deed, throughout the world in 2016. We are grateful to God for those who so faithfully spread God’s love through financially supporting NAB’s ministries.

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